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Does Anybody Else Have A Really Hard Time With Sex Drive?

Does Anybody Else Have A Really Hard Time With Sex Drive?

Hey ladies!! I have a very hard time when it comes to desiring sex or feeling horny/aroused ever. I have 0 sex drive and it’s really harming my current relationship. Can anybody relate? Any tips or advice to help ? Thank you ❤️

A myPCOSteam Member said:

I started taking inositol to get a period but it also helped things in that area lol

posted about 1 year ago
A myPCOSteam Member said:

I see the same as Karen: better libido when better managed PCOS
Also: hormonal birth control is not my friend. I'm thankful that I manage having an actual period not too rarely without being on any hormones that mess up with my moods and sex drive!
Finally: sexy reads are hot IMO! Also thankful for my library to be offering fun sexy audiobooks that can be checked out remotely in the discretion of my house (and while the library remains closed here)!

edited, originally posted about 1 year ago
A myPCOSteam Member said:

Weight, low progesterone, low thyroid, low cortisol, high blood sugar, these are all things that can effect our moods and sex drive. Try asking your doctor or finding a different doctor. In my experience holistic, naturapathic and Intergrative Care doctors tend to have a much different perspective about PCOS. I always call first to ask if the doctor is knowledgeable in PCOS, tests cortisol levels and knows about the MTHFR gene mutation. You are looking for a "yes", because these are the things based on current medical studies and information doctors should have on pcos.

posted 10 months ago
A myPCOSteam Member said:

Same, and i always think that im asexual cuz of that 😭

posted about 1 year ago
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